Boga Wreck

Also known as Kubu Wreck, the Boga Wreck is an artificial wreck that was submerged in 2012 in the Kubu village area, located 30 meters from the shoreline. The location of this artificial reef is not far from the famous USAT Liberty shipwreck.

This wreck hosts several reef fish such as moray eels, angel fish, goat fish, anemone fish, fusilier fish, clown fish, stingrays, flounder, and more.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 15 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Artificial Reef
  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

This is the only historical shipwreck in Bali. It lays approximately 25 meters from the shoreline. The wreck is at a depth of 4 to 29 meters below the surface with most of it occuring in a shallow area. This dive site does not have strong currents, has clear water, and warm temperatures.

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Coral Garden

There is a garden of anemones and about 60 statues on the far right side of the dive site. This is a nice second dive in the morning to get away form the crowds at Liberty Wreck.

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Tulamben Drop-Off

Drop Off is slope down where on one side is a wall down to a deep water, mostly stay on maximum depth at 30 meters where reef is very nice well covers with soft coral. To dive is here is beach entry, as a diver should always check the SPG how much air left before turn swimming back to exit point.

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Srikandi Speedboat (Wreck)

This is a new wreck of a Speedboat with maybe 20 seats inside that sunk and is now around 25 to 35m deep. You can see the full boat; it looks perfect still. Access is from the beach, in front of Srikandi restaurant.

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Artificial coral reef placed on the sandy bottom with depths varying from 10 meters to 25 meters. The basis of the coral growth is made of rectangular concrete arranged like a small pyramid. It is one of the best places to witness a successful artificial reef.

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From the topography of the slope that meets the wall with a variety of soft and hard corals that adorn, such as barrel sponges, huge seafan, table coral, big formation of acropora and others.

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Bunutan

Usually done by boat, this dive site is mostly a drift dive. It can be done from shore, but you will need to walk up the hill back to the car for pick up.

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Lipah Bay, Bali

Entry from a sandy beach shore line, you will swim toward a slope where you will start your dive. Start off by swimming to the right, then follow the ledge to come across a few coral blocks with lots of colorful fish. Continue along the right side to find turtles eating on the ocean floor.

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Japanese Shipwreck (Wreck)

Easy access with porters waiting for you, but the pebble beach can make the entry and exit difficult if there are waves. The small wreck from 1m to 8m deep is nice for snorkelers and freedivers but very limited for scuba divers. The coral scenery is really beautiful. Be careful of upwelling currents.

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This side is on a small island surrounded by rocky walls reaching more than 40 meters deep. On the eastern wall of the island there is a cave. The gate of the cave is at a depth of 12 meters and is a favorite part of this dive site.

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